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A Gender Agenda aims to be an informational resource for transgender, intersex, genderqueer and other gender variant people and their supporters. We provide information and support for individuals, families, government bodies and other institutions. Our primary goal for the near future is to build a strong and supportive community for all ages, and all kinds of sex and gender diverse people. Our group currently includes transgendered people, transsexuals, genderqueers, straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual, third gender, intersexed people, and the partners and children of such people. We try to be as inclusive and supportive of all diversity as we possibly can.
AIDS Housing Action Group provides confidential housing services for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Australia’s peak intersex organisation. Founded in Melbourne in 1985, the AIS Support Group Australia provides support, information and advocacy for people affected by Androgen Insensitivity and other Intersex conditions.
Providing resources, activities, events, and forums for GLBTIQ people of diverse cultures and faiths. We also represent their interests and concerns in the wider society, including in the GLBTIQ community, and to government, health and media bodies.
The Coming Out Proud Program (COPP) provides strategies to allow GLBTI people in the Tasmanian regions to ‘come out with pride’ and live in their community with dignity as fully respected and participating members. COPP works at a local/regional level through Community Liaison Committees and at a state level through the Tasmanian Council for Sexual & Gender Diverse People Inc. Tasmanian regions include Greater Hobart, Kingborough/Huon, Greater Launceston/East Coast, and the Cradle Coast (North West/West Coast).